Getting Access Point Analytics

From the access point list page, you can click Details to get detailed information about an individual access point.



This screen allows you to monitor SSID for your access point.

  • SSID: Shows the SSID name.

  • Radio: Shows the SSID use for the 2.4GHz or 5GHz bands.

  • Security: Authenticate users with Open or WPA-PSK or WPA-Enterprise when they connect to the SSID.

  • Captive portal: Shows captive portal authentication type.


This screen allows you to monitor Throughput for your access point.


This allows you to configure individual radio settings. The default radio setting will be followed by the network radio setting. If you want the radio settings of an access point to be different from the default, you can override them with custom values.


This allows you to configure individual access point network settings.

  • DHCP: You can choose to auto assign IP addresses if there is a DHCP server in the network.

  • Static: Allows you to manually assign an IP address.

    Enter the IP address you wish to assign to the access point and fill in the subnet mask, default gateway, and DNS server address.

  • IPV4 Address: Enter the IP address for the access point.

  • Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask for the access point.

  • Gateway: Enter the default gateway for the access point.

  • DNS Server 1: Enter the primary DNS server name.

  • DNS Server 2: Enter the secondary DNS server name.


Periodically viewing events that have occurred on an access point (or on clients associated with the access point) can help alert you to potential issues. The Logs tab appears and displays the latest events that have occurred in the last 24 hours.


Use the Clients tab on the access point list page to view information about wireless clients that have associated with a particular access point.

Realtime Meters

Realtime Meters is primarily for viewing real time statistics. By default, there are four types of data:

  • CPU

  • Memory

  • Throughput 2.4G

  • Throughput 5G

Capturing data over a period of time allows you to see trends most useful for determining the overall performance of your access point.


Use this screen to control LED lights and enable LED Blinking .

  • LED Light: This allows you to enable or disable the LED Lights.

  • LED Blinking: This feature is useful in situations where user could not find the specific AP properly. Click light bulbs to start blinking .